اعجاز القرآن پر اُردو ادب کاتجزیاتی مطالعہ

A Review of Urdu Literature on the Miracle of the Holy Quran

  • Asma Aziz Assistant Professor, Deptt. of Islamic Studies, GC Women University Faisalabad
  • Sara Shafeeq Deptt. Of Islamic Studies, GC Women University Faisalabad
  • Hafiza Iqra Nawaz Deptt. Of Islamic Studies, GC Women University Faisalabad
Keywords: Urdu literature, Miracles, Holy Quran, Prophet Muhammad, linguistic perfection, Prophethood

Abstract

This review delves into Urdu literature concerning the Miracle of the Holy Quran, exploring the profound significance of this divine revelation in the context of Islamic belief. Throughout history, Allah has sent prophets as guides for humanity, endowing them with miracles to affirm their divine mission. Hazrat Muhammad (SAW), the final prophet, was granted numerous miracles, with the Quran being the paramount among them. The Quran's miraculous nature is evident in its linguistic perfection, inimitability, and its validation by historical, archaeological, and scientific discoveries. Its Arabic language represents the pinnacle of eloquence and clarity, challenging even the most proficient Arabs of Hazrat Muhammad's (SAW) time. Despite their disbelief and accusations of falsehood, none could match the Quran's eloquence. This enduring miracle transcends time, standing as an eternal testament to prophethood. Urdu literature on this topic reflects the profound impact of the Quran's miraculous nature, showcasing a wealth of quality literature affirming the divine origins of Hazrat Muhammad's (SAW) message

Published
2024-02-18